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36 yr old female. Long-term constipation. Today I noticed pain/weird feeling in perineum area & there's a grape sized sore lump to the left side. Why?
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I was constipated the next day i had a tender purplish red lump protruding from my anus, the size of a small grape. Is it a hemroid? What do I do?
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Dr. Stephen Borowitz answered
40 years experience Pediatric Gastroenterology
No and sometimes yes: Eating grapes is not usually a cause of constipation. Rather, eating lots of grapes would be more likely to cause diarrhea. In all of us, if we ing ... Read More
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I am experiencing constipation and feeling of unfinished defecation. The following also describes me: Difficult stools. What should I do? When I do go, it is very small amount, like maybe a little bigger than large marble marble. 3 weeks
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I am experiencing feeling of unfinished defecation, obstipation, rectal lump and mucus in stool. The following also describe me: Constipation and Difficult stools. What should I do?
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